Hey, hey! We’re at the start of another week. I’m still on a nature high after visiting the Grand Canyon this weekend. (In fact, I completely forgot to post this yesterday!)
Have you visited the Grand Canyon? Difficult to put the experience into words. It also happened to be the National Park Service centennial when we went, so it was quite the occasion. Pretty crazy that it has been around for 100 years. As beloved as the parks are, though, they are also threatened. It’s up to all of us to protect them for the next hundred years.
What else interesting happened over the last seven days?
The Hawaii Mars simulation ended Monday. Curious to see what they found out from this.
“Their hair fell out.” What kind of regulation should the FDA have over cosmetics? It’s not doing much right now.
The global coffee shortage has already begun. A future without good coffee would be a sad one. Just another reason to do whatever we can to minimize climate change.
Speaking of which, a group of scientists has moved to formally declare the current epoch the anthropocene. We’re officially changing the evolution of the planet in detrimental ways.
“A few milliseconds makes all the difference.” Charisma is largely a matter of thinking quickly. Do you run through options in your mind before you decide what to say and do next?
Please don’t drive slowly in the left lane. Saw way too much of this on our weekend road trip.
We tend to think that the present is much different than the past, but we’ve been asking the same fundamental questions for awhile now.
Have you heard the Millennial whoop? It seems to be in every other pop song.
Have an awesome week!